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July 19, 2017

Once On This Island - EPA - Singers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Ti Moune: Female, 18-25, A beautifully spirited peasant girl, full of restless energy and optimism. The heroine. Tries to break social barriers to be with her love, Daniel. Strong alto belt, G (below C) to E (2 above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Daniel: Male, 18-25, Ti Moune's love interest. A handsome, aristocratic young man who struggles with crossing social barriers. Sensitive and poetic. Strong tenor or bari-tenor, B (2 below C) to F Sharp (above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus.  Mama Euralie (Understudy): Female, 30s–50s; Ti Moune’s adoptive mother. Described as an “old peasant.” Caring, over-protective, superstitious, fiercely loving, and strong-willed, her similarities often lead to clashes with Ti Moune. Strong alto, F Sharp (below C) to B (above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Note: Role is cast - seeking understudy only  Asaka: Female, 30s–50s; Mother of the Earth. A mentor to Ti Moune. Personifies the peasants’ connection to the land. She is generous and good-humored on the surface, but like all the gods feared by the islanders; her “motherly” facade is not to be trusted. She is powerful, funny, and ironic. Strong mezzo belt, A (below C) to E (2 above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus.  Erzulie (Understudy): Female, late 20s–40s; Goddess of Love. A mentor to Ti Moune and foil to Papa Ge. The most approachable of the gods, but ultimately no less egocentric. One of the main instigators of the events of the story, she is looked upon fondly by the people. Set out to prove that love is stronger than the fear of death—by love, she means the power of the human heart. Strong soprano, B (below C) to E (2 above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Note: Role is cast - seeking understudy only.  Tonton Julian (Understudy): Male, 30s–50s; Ti Moune’s adoptive father (“Tonton” is a French affectionate term for “uncle”). Described as an “old peasant.” He teaches Ti Moune that love has no limits, and he goes to great lengths to support her wishes. Caring, loving, and practical. Strong baritone, A (2 below C) to E (above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Note: Role is cast - seeking understudy only. Agwe (Understudy): Male, late 20s–50s; God of Water. A mentor to Ti Moune. Larger than life, mysterious. Perhaps the peasants' greatest fear next to Papa Ge himself. Commanding voice and presence. Strong, dramatic baritone/bass with a big range, B (2 below C) to E (above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Note: Role is cast - seeking understudy only   Papa Ge: Male, 30s–50s; The sly God of Death. Antagonist to the other gods. Cunning, manipulative, seductive, cynical, and teasing, he is feared by the people because of what he represents: the unknown that is death. The other main instigator of the drama. Strong baritone, C Sharp (below C) to G (above C). Strong musician skills. Ability to play instrument(s) is a plus. Little Ti Moune: Female, 7-11, The younger version of Ti Moune. Also plays the child for whom the story is told. Energetic, confident, funny, and sweet. Strong singer, E Flat (above C) to D Flat (2 above C)


The Book of Mormon - ECC - Dancers
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Region: Eastern

Seeking:Male African Villagers: Male, 20-39, characters are black Africans; seeking great comedic actors and great singers. Female African Villagers: Female, 20-39, characters are black Africans; seeking great comedic actors and great singers. Mormon Males: Male, 18-29, characters are male Caucasians, late teens-late 20s; all-American, always optimistic; seeking great comedic actors and great singers.


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